Google Nexus 7 II

Released July, 2013
  • 7"
  • 32 GB
  • WiFi 3G
  • Android 5.0
But for those who don't need software or OS support and are Android enthusiasts this is an excellent tablet with a top notch CPU, a lovely IPS display and an attractive design.
by MobileTechReview (Aug, 2012)
8.6 Out of 10

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G Pad 8.3

passmark Processor performance including multiple coresData courtesy Passmark

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sunspider 0.9.1 benchmark Web browser and javascript performance

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1,177.1 ms
iPad 4
850 ms
iPad mini
1,426 ms

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AnTuTu 3D 3D graphics performance

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GLBenchmark 2.7 3D graphics performance

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14.6 fps
iPad mini
3.4 fps

Reviews Word on the street for the Google Nexus 7 II

What's Hot: Relatively affordable tablet with very good core specs including an excellent full HD IPS display, fast CPU, full wireless radios and dual cameras.

The $270 32GB Wi-Fi model and $350 4G LTE version are even better values, especially compared with similar configurations of the iPad Mini.

Display quality is good, with a sharp image and commendable (if not searing) top brightness.

Featuring a 7-inch 1920 x 1200 IPS LCD display, it simply delivers the goods in the details department, as its 323 ppi pixel density is undoubtedly breathtaking for its screen size.


8.4 Out of 10

What People Are Saying Give it to me straight


The display has a cool blue-green bias that you likely won't notice unless you place it next to a display that has more neutral colors.
by MobileTechReview (Aug, 2013)
They've gone with the newer SlimPort standard for display output via wire, just when you were getting used to MHL.
by MobileTechReview (Aug, 2013)
Even magazines from Zinio and the Google Play Store are readable thanks to the high pixel density and apparent sharpness-I generally find it difficult to read magazines on anything less than a 10" tablet.
by MobileTechReview (Aug, 2013)

Operating System

Here’s what’s new with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean: Restricted Profiles – Last time around, we were ecstatic to find multi-user support with Android tablets, but with version 4.3, it now provides us with Restricted Profiles.
by PhoneArena (Jul, 2013)
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean came and went, and based on what we see here on the Nexus 7, it’s not particularly its main star attraction, but it merely helps to complement the tablet’s overall incremental improvements – both in hardware and software aspects.
by PhoneArena (Jul, 2013)
What's Not: Newbies might find vanilla Android bare bones, display color balance and saturation not as impressive as resolution.
by MobileTechReview (Aug, 2013)


sync is now employed in the OS, and it's designed to run at a solid 60fps.
by TrustedReviews (Sep, 2012)
Essentially, the admin can specify what apps are accessed by each user.
by PhoneArena (Jul, 2013)
Voice recognition has also been updated on Google's tablet to make it far more powerful than before, to compete with Apple's Siri.
by TrustedReviews (Sep, 2012)

Operating system

Now its resolution is just average and it's not the speediest tablet on the block, though Google's frequent OS updates often didn't sit well with the elder Nexus 7 and caused some of its performance issues (not the norm, usually OS updates make Nexus products even better).
by MobileTechReview (Aug, 2013)
You probably know the drill by now: Nexus products get OS updates first since they're Google's own devices.
by MobileTechReview (Aug, 2013)
Unlike its predecessor Ice Cream Sandwich, version 4.1 Jelly Bean is not an earth-shattering change for the three-year-old operating system, but there are some significant improvements.
by TrustedReviews (Sep, 2012)


Happily, battery life is actually excellent.
by MobileTechReview (Aug, 2012)
As for battery life, Google says to expect 9 hours while playing HD video.
by c|net (Nov, 2012)

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Size 7"
Technology Super IPS LCD2
Resolution 1920 x 1200
PPI 323 ppi


  1. 802.11n
  2. 802.11a
  3. 802.11g
  4. 802.11b
  5. 802.11
Bluetooth Bluetooth v4.0
Supports 3G Yes


Cores Quad core
Clock speed 1.5 GHz


Has a GPS Yes
Has a light sensor Yes


Internal storage 32 GB
RAM capacity 2 GB
Supported card formats None

photo & video

Adobe flash support No
Webcam 1.2 MP
Rear camera 5 MP


Has a microphone jack Yes

form factor

Weight 299 g
Size 114 x 200 x 8.7 mm
Thickness 8.7 mm
Battery life 7.25 hour
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